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2016 Nyjah Huston Highlights

2016 Nyjah Huston Highlights

Nyjah Huston is one of the fiercest competitors in SLS. He’s won the most Super Crown World Championships in SLS history. And he consistently places in the top three. Nyjah had a great year in 2016 which included a win at the New Jersey stop. His highlight reel from this past year shows exactly what he’s capable of on an SLS course.

2016 Best of Shane O’Neill

2016 Best of Shane O’Neill

2016 was Shane O’Neill’s year. He took home victories at Tampa Pro, the SLS Pro Open, and was last year’s Super Crown World Champion. Shane is clearly a force to reckoned with as evidenced by this highlight reel of some of his best moments from last year’s season.

2016 Trick of the Year Awards: Textbook

2016 Trick of the Year Awards: Textbook

There’s no manual for skateboarding. If such a document did exist, Diego Najera’s nollie tre flip down the Santa Monica triple set would certainly be included. His flip, pop, catch, and landing are absolutely perfect on this.

2016 Trick of the Year Awards: Don’t Sweat the Technique

2016 Trick of the Year Awards: Don’t Sweat the Technique

Execution is a huge part of skateboarding. How you do something is just as important as what you are doing. Tiago Lemos has amazing form on every trick he does. His switch pop shove it fakie tre on a picnic table and switch bigspin switch backside tailslide over the gap to ledge at Radio Korea are on a level of their own.

2016 Trick of the Year Awards: Kickflip of the Year

2016 Trick of the Year Awards: Kickflip of the Year

The kickflip is a staple of skateboarding. It’s one of the oldest tricks in the book. But it’s continually pushed to the limits by being applied to various spots and situations. Many kickflips were done in 2016. But none matched Jackson Pilz’s over a head-high fence

2016 Trick of the Year: Behind The Trick

2016 Trick of the Year: Behind The Trick

You’ve seen Kyle Walker’s incredible 50-50 down the monstrous kinked handrail already. Now find out exactly how it went down. Kyle walks Kelly Hart through the trick and how he accomplished it in this behind-the-scenes look at 2016’s Trick of the Year.

2016 Trick of the Year: The Winning Trick

2016 Trick of the Year: The Winning Trick

Pros have been eyeballing this quadruple set kinked handrail for years. Nobody thought it was possible until Kyle Walker came along and stepped up to the challenge. What started as a joke between Kyle and his friends quickly became serious when he truly started to go for it.

2016 Trick of the Year: Winner

2016 Trick of the Year: Winner

The competition was fierce in 2016. But in the end, there can only be one Trick of the Year Winner. Kyle Walker truly upped the ante with his 50-50 down a massive rail with multiple kinks. There was nothing bigger or gnarlier to happen on a skateboard last year.

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Standings & Pro Spotlight

Season Standings

Skater Champ Points
1. Shane O’Neill 374
2. Nyjah Huston 365
3. Luan Oliveira 327
4. Paul Rodriguez 325
5. Cody McEntire 302
6. Tom Asta 296
7. Ryan Decenzo 290
8. Chris Joslin 281

Results: Super Crown

Skater Score
1. Shane O’Neill 36.4
2. Nyjah Huston 34.6
3. Cody McEntire 34.4
4. Luan Oliveira 33.5
5. Paul Rodriguez 31.9
6. Tom Asta 31.4
7. Chris Joslin 27.7
8. Ryan Decenzo 19.1

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